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Collection Joel Tanner Hart Poems
Catalog Number SC 1488
Object Name Poem
Scope & Content Three poems written by sculptor Joel Tanner Hart, dated 1839-1941. The first piece, dated 9 June 1839 and written in Clark County, KY, has a hand drawn pink rose in the top center of the page. Beneath the flowers is the title "I Love The Rose" and the poem is headed by the line "To Elizabeth." The poem is signed in the lower right corner with the initials "J.T.H." The second piece, dated 1 March 1841, has a hand drawn image of a pink rose in the top center of the page. Beneath the drawing is a handwritten poem titled "What I Love." The page is signed beneath the poem with the initials "J.T.H." On the back is an unsigned three verse poem written in a different hand. It begins "Farewell Darling, home and friends." The third piece is a handwritten poem that does not have a title. The first stanza of the poem is marked "1st" and then begins "O Boys now is it not a pitty..." The poem has three stanzas and is signed with the initials "JTH" on the lower right. The piece is dated on the lower left side, 16 April 1841.
People Hart, Joel Tanner
Subjects Poems
Search Terms Love
Clark County (Ky.)